🕐 Tuesday, March 10, 2020
🏢 Zero Waste Hub, 22 Bread Street, EH3 9AF
Folk music is a cornerstone of our cultural history. It mixes musical traditions from around the world and brings communities together.
Hosted by Lewis Williamson, this folk session is a dry space and completely child friendly. We aim to make our folk sessions to be accessible to as wide a range of cultures and ages as possible.
The Zero Waste Hub Cafe will be open late serving our full range of hot drinks, soups, sandwiches and sweet treats!
So whether you’re a seasoned folk connoisseur, own your own fiddle, or completely new to the genre, come along, sit back and enjoy the music with a hot drink.
Yes? Then grab your instruments and had on down. Performers can expect be kept fueled with hot drinks and snacks throughout.
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The Zero Waste Hub is on ground floor with a small step at the entrance. A ramp is available, just ring the bell and one of our volunteers will happily assist you. All the public spaces throughout the building are step free and there is an accessible toilet with hand rails.
There are disabled parking bays on both parallel streets, East Fountainbridge and Grindlay Street.
All our toilets are gender neutral.
If you have further questions regarding accessibility, please contact the Zero Waste Hub on 0131 281 0583.
There is space to lock up your bike on the corner of Lothian Road and Bread Street, by Cost Cutters.
Lothian Road routes: 47, 24, 10, 11, 15, 16, 36, 1, 34, 124
Grassmarket route: 2
SHRUB Coop is funded through the Scottish Government’s Climate Challenge Fund and the European Regional Development Fund. We’re grateful for all their support. Find out more about our funders by clicking on the logos above.